What they're saying about us
The Cornishman reports on abob Cornwall.
Richard Hawley talks about how it feels to lose his son as Johnny Connor in Coronation St, he also talks about abob and how they are promoting healthy masculinity.
Richard Hawley is an actor and a member of abob, he also plays Johnny Connor in Coronation St who has just lost his son to suicide. He knows Dan Bridge lost his son to suicide in real life.]
In the Mirror, Dan Bridge says: “I think it’s great that Coronation St is bringing up the issue.”
James Wong, Eastbourne abob’s project leader, explains what abob is all about, as well as mentioning that ‘we have seen an 82 percent reduction in the severity of offending behaviour after the Quest Programme.
The Eastbourne Herald featured abob mentor and ex police officer, Trevor Perks who is passionate about the positive future for abob in terms of their national expansion.
Mark Nightingale reports on his experience of giving a 15 minute Bite at Being A Man, the South Bank’s annual festival.
This week, Nathan and one of the mentees ‘Dave’ were on The Why Factor (World Service) talking about abob and the role of rites of passage.
Gavin Webster, ex professional rugby professional plus Haringey abob mentor, and mentee Dean O’Brien tell us about the value of mentoring in the Huffington Post.
Haringey abob mentor and ex pro rugby player, Gavin Webster tells the Telegraph what it’s like to be a mentor as well as how abob support the evolution of male maturity in mentors and mentees.
Rose Rouse is our PR. A journalist and writer as well, she is passionate about abob and the possibilities nationally for such transformational work.
She is always interested in abob success stories for case histories whether it be mentors or mentees. Please get in touch if you have one.
abob have already had pieces in the Guardian (twice), the Sunday Times, a brilliant feature on Woman’s Hour and there will be more.
If you’d like to feature abob – please contact firstname.lastname@example.org